This is contained in a statement signed by Mr Abiodun Olarewaju, the Public Relations Officer of OAU, in Osogbo on Sunday.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) recalls that the OAU Post UTME cut-off mark for 2013/ 2014 session is 400.
It stated Durotoluwa Olanrewaju, who applied to study Chemical Engineering, had the highest score of 332, while Soile Adetola, an intending Medical student, scored 327.
According to the statement two candidates, Odimayo Moses and Nafiu Oluwadamilare, who applied to study Electrical and Electronics Engineering, scored 323 each.
It also stated that 5,691 others, scored 200 and above.
The statement quoted Prof. Bamitale Omole, the university’s Vice-Chancellor, as commending the candidates who scored 300 and above.
It, therefore, advised candidates who took part in the screening exercise to check their results on the university’s Website or where each candidate registered.